We just finished putting together this fun little web project the other night:
100 Facts About Literally Anyone
Basically, you put in someone’s name, and it returns 100 “facts” about that person.
Note: This project also makes experimental use of the “Google/MySpace Theory” where functionality takes precedence over looks (hence the horrible non-design).
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100 Facts About Chuck Norris
“Giraffes were created when Chuck Norris uppercutted a horse.”
This is very funny and quite clever.
“Yes… I’d like to sue God, I think he’s copying my work… I’ll hold…”
The last was meant for the caption contest, not that it doesn’t fit here too.
This is just too funny.
Awesome overnight project, from idea to concept.
I agree with John. Great idea, excellent execution. I am a fan and advocate of building simple tools that put the power in the hands of the users. (Even though they’re the same facts, each user creates a unique user experience based on the name they insert)
Everyone I’ve shown this to has laughed when reading their names in the facts, even if they had already seen the original Chuck Norris versions.